The questions surrounding what Secretary of State Mike Pompeo knew about the Ukraine affair reflect the outsized role he has assumed as one of the president's most influential advisers.
Kim Darroch resigned as ambassador to the U.S. after communications in which he criticized the Trump administration were leaked. The British government says it is investigating how it happened.
India and Pakistan went to the brink of war in February. But Sunday's match "should create love and affection," says a Pakistani fan. "We should compete, but compete for the betterment of society."
Impeccably sourced, George Packer's energetic prose carries the reader through the main acts of the man's diplomatic life — but leaves questions about his motivations for turning to Wall Street.
Aaron David Miller argues that the president's recognition of Israel's sovereignty over an area considered occupied territory by most states will undermine Trump's agenda.
Roya Rahmani is Afghanistan's first woman ambassador to the U.S. "What makes me hopeful about women's rights in Afghanistan is that women themselves, they have their own voice," she tells NPR.
Senior officials in Berlin who oversee the trans-Atlantic relationship tell NPR there continue to be concerns about the "German-bashing we hear out of Washington."
The lawsuit alleges the government knowingly exposed them to "extremely serious and debilitating attacks" in Cuba that have resulted in brain injuries and that it was slow to remove them.
Joel Wit, a former State Department official who played a key role in negotiating and implementing the 1994 denuclearization deal with North Korea, writes about important lessons.
The chief of the EU Mission to the U.S. noticed he was called up last as he paid his respects to late President George H.W. Bush.